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2018 Student Research Poster Competition: A Decade of Discoveries An event so big we had to move to the Union! $10,000 in prizes will be awarded! Join us as we celebrate ten years of high-impact student research.  The Student Research… Read More

WUWM: Studying Engineering at Age 59

Engineering undergraduate Gonzo Couto-Lain met with WUWM’s Mitch Teich recently to talk about his experience as a 59-year-old college senior. In this April 18 Lake Effect segment, Couto-Lain—who has 30 years’ experience as a shipbuilder and commercial fisherman—talks about the… Read More

W. Wang Secures $50K Grant from UW System

Weizhong Wang, Associate Professor, Electrical Engineering, received a $50,000 2018-19 Applied Research Grant from UW System for his project, “Development of Secure Secret/Private Key Management Method for the Edge Nodes of the Internet of Things (IoT) Networks.” Congratulations, Weizhong!

Energizing the future of batteries

The market for batteries is ever-growing. For lithium-ion batteries, it has surpassed $30 billion and is expected to double or perhaps triple by 2025. It also demands constant improvement in battery efficiency and storage capabilities. Answering this charge is a… Read More

Microgrid expertise, major initiative

UWM has become an academic partner in a National Science Foundation research center that’s developing improvements in how Americans will access energy in the near future. It could even lead to lower energy bills. The research center is called Grid-connected… Read More